There are basically two types of people who visit Dubai, one who love to behold its architectural marvels, experience its great shopping malls and enjoy its night life and the others who like to stay indoors, attend a business meeting and indulge in luxuries high-end hotels have to offer. This post benefits both and may end up saving the lion’s share of their budget.
It’s a fact that the hotels in Dubai are not exactly cheap. Upholstered with high-end amenities, they require extravagant spending. A mere night may cost you a couple of thousand dollars if you are not careful and we all know what happens when we start getting low on cash while on a vacation. So what if you were to save yourself from all the extra spending on lavish accommodations and spend some more time exploring the marvels hidden in the golden sands of UAE. Interesting enough?
The UAE is full of tourist attractions and a week-long trip never allows you to enjoy all of them. You need to spend at least a month in the UAE to be eligible to talk proudly about the emirate and its surroundings.
Although it will cost you an arm and a leg to pay for a month in Mövenpick Hotel – I am not even talking about Burj Al Arab – getting a room on short-term rent in Dubai can help you save a lot on accommodation. Popular real estate portals like Bayut.com offer hundreds of listing for furnished apartments on short-term rents.
Such apartments are excellent for those who are adventurous and want to experience everything the emirates has to offer. These people just need a place to secure their luggage and spend the night peacefully. After all, who would stay indoors when a friendly sun blazes outside, covering everything in its golden glow and white sandy beaches featuring a wide array of amenities?
If you are going for an apartment on short-term rental basis in Dubai, be informed that there is a license for putting a residential unit –furnished or otherwise – on short-term rent. You need to ask the landlord to show you their license and you must get it verified form Real Estate Regulatory Authority. Once done, all you need to do is to pay your rent in one cheque, get your keys, unpack your bag, grab the necessary and off you are sky diving over Palm Jumeirah or sailing on the desert dunes in an SUV to some distant settlement where scrumptious barbeque and an unforgettable night await you.